DevSecOps

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How To Transition Your Team From DevOps To DevSecOps

DevOps has transformed the software development industry. The merging of development (Dev) and operations (Ops) teams has largely contributed to quick and effective software releases. The continuous evolution of the application security threat landscape requires organizations to integrate security into the DevOps culture. Thus, DevSecOps has emerged to extend the capabilities of DevOps and enable enterprises to release secure software faster.

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3 Things Every SOC Team Needs to Know About DevSecOps in a Cloud-Native World

It is one of the hottest buzzwords in the cybersecurity landscape not named zero trust. DevSecOps has grown in prominence as more organizations adopt a cloud-native approach to build and deploy applications faster, improve scalability and reliability, and emphasize continuous improvement.

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Fight the Phish! How DevSecOps Can Support the Effort

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the U.S. government’s annual reminder that information security is something everyone needs to consider. Each week of the month has a specific theme, and this week’s topic should be of interest to every CISO: Fight the Phish! There are many layers of defense that organizations can put in place to mitigate phishing, and DevSecOps can be part of that effort. But more on that later. First, let’s look at the current phishing landscape.

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Keep CALMS with Intelligent Orchestration and Code Dx

Achieving a culture of DevSecOps is possible with the help of solutions like Intelligent Orchestration and Code Dx. As a trusted adviser to my clients, I use my unparalleled experience with a broad range of security tools to help them build and mature security programs. I work tirelessly to help them break down silos, facilitate collaborative change, create a culture of lean learning, and ensure continuous feedback and sharing, so they can build pipelines that are intelligent and risk-based.

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Introduction to SAST

DevSecOps means countering threats at all stages of creating a software product. The DevSecOps process is impossible without securing the source code. In this article, I would like to talk about Static Application Security Testing (SAST). As development fluency is growing every year, many companies are introducing DevSecOps. Its main message calls for ensuring continuous safety control at every stage of product creation. At the same time, DevSecOps processes are automated as much as possible.

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Fostering DevSecOps: Tool orchestration enables AppSec to keep pace with DevOps

Learn how tool orchestration empowers AppSec to keep pace with DevOps, providing a union of security and speed. Many organizations have advanced from the DevOps methodology to DevSecOps, and it is expected this trend will continue throughout 2020 as more enterprises leverage the cloud. A DevSecOps approach promotes collaboration between software application development teams and application security teams.

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Secure DevOps on Google Cloud: Reduce cloud and container risk

Google Cloud is helping businesses build and deploy apps faster than ever before, but at the same time, cloud teams must consider how to implement secure DevOps practices to avoid risk. We’re partnering with Google Cloud to provide security solutions to cloud teams to simplify safeguarding cloud and containers. Today, we announced our collaboration with Google Cloud.

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4 Barriers to DevSecOps Adoption

DevSecOps is a process that aims to build security in at the outset of software development. It ensures security audits and testing throughout the agile development process so that security is a priority – not an afterthought. A new survey of more than 1,000 security leaders conducted by Ponemon Research and security firm Reliaquest finds almost half (49%) of security leaders are enabling DevSecOps best practices in their organizations. That’s a promising number.